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Sep 9, 2010 12:30am PDT
to acknowledge the leadership that vicky hennessey and rob have shown on the project by making it a priority to integrate the emergency planning needs with -- for people with disabilities as long as with our manning for the citizens of san francisco as a whole. we also hope to engage our disaster councilmembers with this introduction and get some feedback from you for area that is you think we might best be able to use the information that we developed. i think the context for everybody is earthquakes. and we know that san francisco is at risk. we saw that in 1906 and to a lesser degree back in 1989. the 2010 seems to be shaping up the as the year of the major earthquake. and now -- earthquakes nationwide -- earthquakes worldwide, there are differences between them. and certainly the damage that we saw in haiti was devastating. and with over 200,000 people that lost their lives. but following haiti in february, with chile with a much more powerful earthquake, what we saw was the los of life was so much less and i think there's explanations for that. chili -- chile as a nation had more resili
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